Will Musharraf Appear in court ?By Salman Mugsi • Jul 23rd, 2009 • Category: Politics • 41 Comments
If Sheikh Rashid Ahmad and Muhammad Ali Durrani are still advising to General (r) Pervez Musharraf, then there is every possibility that Musharraf will stubbornly and arrogantly land in Islamabad to face the court of Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry. But if he has got an iota of sense in his mind to enjoy the booty he accumulated with impunity he will remain confined to his London rathole.
The refusal has already started from the servants of Musharraf at Chak Shahzad farm. Media reports say that the staff of Supreme Court showed up at former president Pervez Musharraf’s farm house to deliver the SC notice summoning him before the court on July 29 but the staff present at the farm house refused to receive the notice.
Musharraf is already in action. Pervez Musharraf held consultations with senior lawman Syed Sharifuddin Pirzada and former attorney general of Pakistan Malik Muhammad Qayum. Old habits die hard, but this time even the characters like Pirzada and Malik Qayyum would be unable to save his skin.
How badly we all wish that he comes back in arrogance and gets hung by the court ruthlessly.